Douglas Falls & A Scenic Ride Along The North Fork Blackwater River

 Douglas Falls was just supposed to be a side trip.  I had already came to see the great and mighty Blackwater Falls in a very healthy water-flowing situation.  I had spent time there in the afternoon while it was packed with tourists and just before dark when I had it all to myself.  I also... Continue Reading →

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Lee Falls -Watch For The Left Turn

Lee Falls, in NW South Carolina was once called the most scenic waterfall in Oconee County.  I have seen quite a few waterfalls in this very large county. I am not certain that it was the most scenic, but it sure was very nice.  It's a very nice 1.5 mile one way hike that is... Continue Reading →

Minnehaha Falls & Panther Falls

I had a big day planned for this late January 2016 weekend.  The Waterfalls of Brasstown Falls were to be my primary destination.  Any other waterfall destination I could find myself at would just be a bonus.  Brasstown Falls is over 4 hours away for me.  I picked a small town in northern Georgia, Clayton to... Continue Reading →

Long Creek Falls Along the Chattooga

 It was a late January Sunday afternoon.  We had just spent 1-2 hours exploring each waterfall at Brasstown Falls.  It had already been a great day, and a great weekend as well.  I had spent time the previous day in NE Georgia seeing waterfalls, and had seen some waterfalls the same day before Brasstown.  I could... Continue Reading →

Brasstown Falls

 Brasstown Falls is a unique setting  of 4 very cool, interesting, beautiful and different waterfalls located very close to one another.  3 of them are on Brasstown Creek and 1 is just upstream on the feeder stream Little Brasstown Creek.  Brasstown Falls was the destination for one of my trips to South Carolina in 2014,... Continue Reading →

Dismal Falls – Autumn 2015 

Dismal Falls Dismal Falls was amazing!  It's hard to imagine someone naming a waterfall "Dismal Falls".  Why would anyone want to see something "Dismal".  Well, Dismal just happens to be the name of the creek that this amazing waterfall lies on, hence the name "Dismal Falls".   I was fortunate enough to visit 2 waterfalls... Continue Reading →

Station Cove Falls – 2016 Winter Hike

 Station Cove Falls is a beautiful 60 foot set of cascades that starts as one drop and then splits into two.  The  group and I, after completing the  primary hike to Sids Falls on Shoulder Bone Branch, had enough energy and daylight for 1 more waterfall.  There wasn't much time left on these short days when... Continue Reading →

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